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President Bola Ahmed Tinubu is yet to send the list of his ministerial nominees to the Senate for screening and confirmation 48hours before the deadline.

The delay by the president to unveil his cabinet had heightened expectations from Nigerians, who are keenly waiting for the list of ministers that would assist the president to deliver his Renewed Hope Agenda.

Tinubu has till Friday, July 28, to submit the list to the Senate in line with section 42(a) of the constitution, which states that “The nomination of any person to the office of a minister for confirmation by the Senate shall be done within sixty days after the date the president has taken the oath of office”.


He was inaugurated on May 29 2023.

Federal lawmakers also said they were awaiting the ministerial list from the president and promised to screen the nominees before embarking on their annual vacation.

There are reports that the security and anti-graft agencies have completed the necessary checks on the nominees and that the president is running final checks on them.

The Senate Leader, Michael Opeyemi Bamidele, yesterday, disclosed that the much-expected ministerial list will be received by the Senate in the next 24 hours.

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